Create your own manifesto
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Last updated on 2019-11-05
About the Book
Agile got a big boost when the agile manifesto was created.
Many people coming to xpdays have read the first page, some even both pages. Other have helped translating it.
Yves is studying it at regular intervals to look for inspiration.
Yet it's a historical document. Created in 2002 by 17 white males.
These days when Yves start with a new team, he like to give them 40 or more statements, (and a few empty cards) and let's them create their own list of:
That is, while there is value in the items on
the right, we value the items on the left more.
In this workshop, we let multiple groups create their own team manifesto and explain it to each other.
Not as general one, yet one that they as a team think would help them.
Manager agile in the core
Undoubtedly a valuable workshop for software development teams, it requires serious reflection on the Agile manifesto (F ex the OVER part). It can be a powerful tool to expose the tensions between the team and the larger context of that team . Remarkable how the workshop isn't restricted to IT teams. An eye-opener to determine that the importance of certain values is heavily influenced by the specific objective / purpose of a team. All in all a nice perspective tool.
amateur generalist, devops instigator, intrapreneur
Creating our team's manifesto was a great way to get our hearts and heads in the same direction. It also provided us with a deeper understanding of the Agile manifesto.
- Goal of the session:
- Intended audience
- Expected experience:
- Session Type:
- Expected benefits of participating
- What did the session creators hope to learn?
- Process and timetable:
- Manifesto Options
- Less serious
- About the authors
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